Robbie Williams has once again stirred the pot in his long-standing feud with Noel Gallagher. The bad blood between the two singers dates back to the 2000 BRIT Awards, where Noel, now 57, famously referred to Robbie as “that fat dancer from Take That.”

This past weekend, during his performance at Hyde Park, Robbie, 50, brought a cardboard cutout of Noel on stage. Concert-goers captured footage of Robbie giving the cutout a pat on the head, seemingly mocking Noel’s height, before launching into his show.

Adding fuel to the fire, Robbie proceeded to perform Oasis’ iconic hit, “Don’t Look Back in Anger,” a move likely aimed at his rival.

Two years ago, the “Angels” singer opened up about his contentious relationship with Oasis, describing them as “gigantic bullies” during their peak fame. “It’s part of that competitive nature of me too. And also they were gigantic bullies too, to the whole industry, everybody in it. And I didn’t like that. And a lot of that still remains inside me. They’re probably different people now but there’s a lot of me that’s like, ‘They’re f**king bullies, them. I don’t like bullies,'” Robbie remarked.

The latest incident at Hyde Park shows that despite the years, the rivalry between Robbie Williams and Noel Gallagher remains as fiery as ever.

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George Millington